ADULT ENTRY; THE LONG GAME
Why going to university next year can help you win the long game.
Education is all about putting yourself in the best possible position for the best possible future. Your future.
The long game is not what you’re doing now, it’s where you want to be. Perhaps having kids. Or buying that house or investment property. When you want to look back and think, ‘I set myself up for a comfortable future’.
That’s where furthering your education really counts. And that’s why Flinders says, ‘we get you future ready’. Ready to make the most of every opportunity.
Because if you’re not happy with where you are now, heading back to study is a great way to advance your career, or give you the skills and credentials to take a completely new direction and follow your dreams. Flinders’ study areas cover an incredible range of interest areas. Check them out and see what course will get you where you want to go.
Our courses are flexible, including part-time and online options for most degrees, so you can shape your studies around your current commitments. Many students balance full or part-time jobs with uni study, and Flinders has plenty of support available, including childcare options for parents.
If you’re not sure you can get into the course that interests you, you might be surprised. There are a variety of pathway options that can lead you towards your new degree.
If you have any questions about pathways, courses or how other people have handled coming back to study, the team at Flinders can help you out.
It may sound like a cliché but advancing your education is an investment in your future. The job market is becoming increasingly competitive, but you can successfully prepare yourself to thrive and grow in your career. Think about where you want to be in the future, and start working towards it.
Don’t put it off. Take the step now, and play the long game.
We offer one-on-one appointments with our prospective student team to discuss career options, pathways, and course and entry requirements.
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